The Buffalo Bills struck gold after the 2010 NFL Draft ended, when they were able to sign four rookie undrafted free agents to contracts. They signed linebacker Antonio Coleman (Auburn) and three rookie wide receivers, David Nelson (Florida), Naaman Roosevelt (Univ. of Buffalo) and Donald Jones (Youngstown St.). All four figure to be back in 2011 and looking to command a bigger role than they did as a rookie.
Due to the labor agreement problems, Buffalo Bills General Manager Buddy Nix was not allowed to sign any undrafted rookie free agents after the 2011 NFL Draft concluded. He will have to wait for the CBA to be completed or for the NFL to rule that free agency can begin, which would also signal that the rookie free agents can be signed.
With that in mind, here are 10 rookie free agents that went undrafted that might make sense for the Bills to take a look at. Buddy Nix and staff have already got their own rankings completed, so it will be interesting to see if their list results in any players from this collection becoming members of the Buffalo Bills in 2011.
Who knows if anyone on this list can join the ranks of famous Bills players that never were drafted in college, like Fred Jackson, Pat Williams and Jason Peters.